byJohn Lim, Bernard Leong, Daniel Cerventus, Mike Foong, Chew Lin Kay, Michael Smith Jr
This week on TWIA, Smitty and Cerventus together with The Next Web, Josh Ong as we talk about Apple Vs Samsung Sina Weibo vs Twitter in Olympics tweets Dalton Calwell open letter to Mark Zuckerberg and other Giants Asia Radar -initialview.com -Sharing Engine - Mobile loyalty companies Events: Barcamp Beijing 5th August MakerfaireSingapore 4th and 5th August Topics: TWIA, This Week in Asia, Podcast, Maker Faire, Weibo
Maker Faire is under way this weekend in San Francisco. It's definitely a signal, a harbinger of larger changes afoot. What are those changes? How should we frame the making to better understand its implications? Plausible starting points: 1) it's transforming education; 2) it's teaching everyone resilience; 3) if you can't open it, you don't own it; 4) art isn't hard!; 5) learning can be fun; 6) yours? Together, let's discuss: What does the Maker Movement mean to you?How is it affecting... Topics: make, makers, maker space, hacker space, maker faire
Once in a great while, we stumble into a situation too awesome to ignore. Topics? Bah! We just got back from watching a real-life carnival barker set off a human-sized game of Mousetrap. Obviously we're talking about that. And robots, and go-karts, and artisan peanut butter, and guitars made of tennis racquets, and homemade jewelry, and Earth's best defense against unfriendly asteroids. Yeah. It was that kind of day. Topics: podcast, Breakfast with the Beak, Maker Faire, New York
In 2012 Super Mondays had it’s most popular event when the team from Maker Space came to talk and making and hardware hacking. This year they are back to talks about the Maker Faire, 3D Printing, LED cubes and Quad-copters.http://www.supermondays.org/2014/03/19/makers2014/ Topics: SuperMondyas, MakerSpace, Maker Faire, 3D Printing, LED cube, Quadcopters
These clips were shot on April 22, 2006 at the Maker Faire in San Mateo. They were cut up into short bits for live video mixing, and used by Synesthete to win the VJ Battle on April 23 at the Faire. They are now made available for everyone to use. There are two series included here. One is a collection of 31 short clips from the faire, marked either mjpeg_vga meaning they are Quicktime Motion-JPEG files with a size of 640x480 or mjpeg_qvga signifying a size of 320x240. There is also a set... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 1 reviews ) Topics: vj, maker faire, maker, qvga, vga, mjpeg, vj-content
Social context and Electric cars Fruit flies rolled by magnets by Ian Woolf, Ian Sharpe talks about social context, leadership and solving problems for NASA, Mark Taylor talks about Electric cars at the Mini Maker Faire, Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf, Production checked by Charles Willock. Topics: science, Diffusion, fruit fly, flight, leadership, behaviour, electric car, maker faire
In this special edition, SIDEWALKS hosts Veronica Castro and Richard R. Lee take a look at Maker Faire, a family-friendly tech festival of invention and creativity. Segments include Games of Drones and an interview with EepyBird’s Stephen Voltz and Fritz Grobe, who are best known for “The Extreme Diet Coke and Mentos Experiments.” Topics: Maker Faire, experiment, exhibits, science, technology, EepyBird, Games of Drones, Sidewalks, full...
Mini Maker Faire and Google You NBN petition delivered to Australian MPs by Ian Woolf, Google You by Ian Woolf, From the Sydney Mini Maker Faire: Julian talks about 3D modelling, Chris Ferman talks about his 3D printed android, Stuart Bartlett talks about BlueSat, Janelle talks about making 3D printed Jewelery, Gavin talks about Robots and Dinosaurs Presented and produced by Ian Woolf Topics: science, diffusion, Sydney Mini Maker Faire, make, 3D printing, robot, jewelery
Re-using carbon and Biohack Syd Sydney Mini Maker Faire returns, and NASA's mission to Charon by Ian Woolf, Mouse vampire retractions by Ian Woolf, Matt speaks with Ian Woolf about Biohack Syd, Ken Richards talks about his Consensus Greentech award-winning Leaf Energy agricultural waste into carbon technology Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf. Topics: Diffusion, science, Biohacking, mini maker faire, make, NASA, astronomy, Pluto, Charon, longevity,...
Astronomy for Life and Toydeath Narwhal cheese crowd-funded by Ian Woolf Orsola De Marco talks about Astronomy, life off Earth, and why Pluto isn't a planet, Nick Wishart talks about Toydeath at the Sydney Mini Maker Faire, Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Topics: science, . Diffusion, Toydeath, astronomy, pluto, life, Mars, music, Sydney Mini Maker Faire
Mood Dress and the End of the World Nicaragua got hit! by Ian Woolf, Orsola De Marco talks about what astronomy tells us about how the world ends, Andrew and Ashley Stapleton talk about the Mood Dress, Production checked by Charles Willock, Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf Topics: science, Diffusion, astronomy, asteroid, meteorite, mood dress, maker, Sydney Mini Maker Faire
3 Sydney Maker spaces Diabetes reversed in mice, and CSIRO loses 1000 staff by Ian Woolf, From the Sydney Mini Maker Faire: David Vandenberg talks about Solidifier, John Wolfe talks about Ozberry Pi, Justin Maclean talks about Ozberry Pi and the Internet of Things meetup, Adrian talks about RoboDojo. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Topics: science, Diffusion, diabetes, CSIRO, chaplain, ABC, budget, Ozberry Pi, Solidifier, Robodojo,...
The Rural Design Collective frantically gets set up for the 2009 Mentoring Summer Program. Video by Nathan Malamud. Chaos by Mommy. Music by Bent Bolt and the Nuts. Robot building by Nate and Levi Thompson of the RDC. Robots kindly provided by our friends at Public.Resource.Org. Stay in tune with the RDC at http://ruraldesigncollective.org/ Topics: rural design collective, mentoring, oregon, rdc, home movies, robots, maker faire, hacking,...
Warp drive and antigravity MRI can treat cancer as well as diagnose it by Ian Woolf, Professor Geraint Lewis talks about how Relativity may allow aster than light travel by space warp and antigravity, Edric Hong explains how origami is mathematics, Nicola O'Brien talks about Code Rangers, where kids control technology, Carmel Morris talks about paper airplanes. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf Topics: science, Diffusion, relativity, Einstein, FTL, warp, antigravity, future, origami, Sydney Mini...
On this episode of TTT, we re-mix Karen Fasimpaur's Keynote for the K12 Online Conference strand: Visioning New Curriculum.Welcome to day one of the 2012 K-12 Online Conference! All presentations are listed and linked on our main conference schedule.Presentation Title: Visioning New CurriculumPresentation Description: This keynote session by Karen Fasimpaur for the âVisioning New Curriculumâ strand talks about the unique opportunities presented by Common Core, digital tools, openness, and... Topics: Bonita Deamicis, Chris Sloan, Christina Cantrill, Common Core Standards, curriculum, doing, k12...
byLinda Gellasch, Community Media Center, 88.1FM, WYCE, Grand Rapids, Michigan
The first-ever Maker Faire in this part of the state is coming to Grand Rapids Labor Day weekend, and Grand Rapids Public Museum is hosting the interactive event geared to bolster the maker movement growing locally. Described as part science fair, part county fair, and something entirely new, Maker Faire brings together inventors, innovators, tinkerers and more, to show off and demonstrate their creative exhibitions. In the Catalyst Radio studio from Grand Rapids Public Museum is Kate Moore,... Topics: Catalyst Radio, WYCE, 88.1 FM, Radio, Grand Rapids, Linda Gellasch, Community Media Center, The...
Andrew Willyoung has Maker Faire Director, Sherry Huss, describe the process of putting together this amazing and creative event. Topics: California, Mountain View, KMVT15 Community Media, Public Access TV, Community Media, PEG, Youtube,...